| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
175 lb (80 kg)
|Teams|| Oklahoma City Blazers (CHL) |
Boston Braves (AHL)
Boston Bruins (NHL)
New England Whalers (WHA)
|Born|| December 6 1949,|
Kingston, ON, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 37th overall, 1969|
Minnesota North Stars
|Pro Career||1969 – 1976|
Frederick James O'Donnell (born December 6, 1949 in Kingston, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player, and a retired professional ice hockey coach. During his professional playing career, he played 115 games in the National Hockey League and 155 games in the World Hockey Association, mainly at left wing. He played for the Boston Bruins and the New England Whalers, respectively.
He coached the Queen's University Golden Gaels hockey program for several seasons in the late 1970s and early 1980s, leading the team to the Ontario University Athletics title in 1981 (winning the Queen's Cup), and a berth in the national championship tournament that year in Calgary.
He then coached the Kingston Canadians Major Junior hockey team for two seasons, from 1985-87.
|1969–70||Oklahoma City Blazers||CHL||2||2||2||4||0||-||-||-||-||-|
|1970–71||Oklahoma City Blazers||CHL||67||23||23||46||158||5||4||1||5||30|
|1974–75||New England Whalers||WHA||76||21||15||36||84||3||0||0||0||15|
|1975–76||New England Whalers||WHA||79||11||11||22||81||17||2||5||7||20|
|Team||Year||Regular Season||Post Season|
|KGN||1985–86||66||35||28||3||-||73||4th in Leyden||Lost in Second Round|
|KGN||1986–87||66||26||39||1||-||53||4th in Leyden||Lost in Second Round|
|Head Coaches of the Kingston Canadians|
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